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FOX
Mar 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
me with my total respect for law enforcement. >> i just feel so helpless that there is nothing to do. >> ultimately do you feel as though the viewing was beneficial for you? >> i do. i do. because we can't go to the san jose tomorrow and i'm really glad we got this opportunity. >> reporter: the viewing will continue until 8:00 p.m. tonight. coming up on the our 6:00 news, we'll hear from those involved in the memorial, including the police chief. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> tomorrow's memorial procession is set to begin at 8:45 in the morning at the 3rd street parking lot at boardwalk. it will go to ocean street and north over highway 17. from there the procession will continue north to highway 85 and then south to highway 87. it will exit at julian street in san jose and turn on autumn and take that to hp pavilion. drivers are being advised to expect rolling road closures along the procession route. >>> amtrak is offering law enforcement free travel to and from the service. the service is offered on capitol corridor trains. the san jose amtrak station is located across the street from
FOX
Mar 8, 2013 5:00pm PST
conference with other local state and federal law enforcement which have been leading related efforts. >> there were 23 arrests and in those arrests we have seized 55 firearms that included four assault weapons. >> reporter: afterward, mayor quan told us that it was meant as a warning to those offenders. >> it's basically a warning to those people that are out of control. >> reporter: how officials weighed in on the gun control debate. i'm john sasaki, ktvu news. >>> a man pled not guilty to charges that he planned to set off a car bomb. leneza is charged with the use of an explosive weapon. he took what he thought was a real bomb last month and tried to detonate it during -- detonate it at a bank of america. >>> a man accused of killing a 17-year-old high school student on san francisco's slope boulevard last weekend pleaded not guilty today 28-year-old brewer is charged with vehicle manslaughter and three counts of driving under the influence. prosecutors say he ran down chang. brewer could face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled to return to court later this month. >>> san
FOX
Mar 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
sacrifices that law enforcement make and their families make. and every time i see one of those cars go by and i see an officer it really brings that home. >> reporter: sergeant butch baker and officer elizabeth butler always remembered here in the city of santa cruz. mike mibach, channel 2 news. >>> today in santa cruz and the hp pavilion there were a lot of tears but there were funny moments too. you see here poking fun at himself and even governor brown. >> governor, has anybody ever told you sir that you bare a striking resemblance to me? butch baker was the first person to point out the resemblance to him. we have a slide show from the procession, the badges of all the departments there and a performance by james durbin. it's all on ktvu.com right there on our home page. >>> san francisco police are investigating a shooting that happened late this afternoon. they say it happened just before 4:00 at bryant and main street. according to san francisco police, a passenger in a car was shot. the driver took off looking for a hospital and then flagged down a parking control agent at m
FOX
Mar 1, 2013 5:00pm PST
city's law enforcement duties. >> they have so cared for us. i can't say enough about that. and we could never repay them for what they did. and then to honor us, to honor us the way they did this morning, that was pretty special. >> reporter: for the most part, many of the patrol seemed to deal with mainly routine incidents today. some people were concerned about the department's 94 officers returning to work so soon after such a personal loss. >> what do you do? and i want to just hug them all, make them feel somewhat better. so i'm just hoping they are okay out there. >> we've had some time to grieve. now we realize it's time to get back to work and protect our community. >> reporter: and investigators now say they are also looking for this 28-year-old local homeless woman, theresa johnson. she is an acquaintance of the suspect jerry muglay. she is wanted to provide information on the suspect. we'll have more on that at 6:00. live in santa cruz, robert handa, ktvu channel 2news. >>> las vegas police are looking at new video taken during last week's deadly chase and shooting that
FOX
Mar 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
passed into law just yet. the average house member and senator now irning $174,000 a year but collectively their staffers poised to lose tens of millions in pay in just the coming months. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the superintendent of yellow stone national park has decided to delay the park's spring opening because of those federal budget cuts that went into effect on friday. the usual openings of park entrance in april and mae will be put off one to two weeks. that's so the government can save money on snow clearing from the park's roads. nearby communities such as wyoming and west yellow stone montana anticipate they will lose money because of the late openings. >>> the budget cuts are reportedly already causing delays at some airports. we went to find out if the bay area is feeling the effects. what we found in just 14 minutes. >>> today vice president joe biden took a strong stand against iran's development of nuclear weapons. the vice president told a powerful pro-iz rail lobbying group that the president is not bluffing when he mentions military action and possibility in
FOX
Mar 3, 2013 5:00pm PST
possible layoffs by march 15th. >>> a new state law banning public school fees is causing a lot of confusion. the law prohibits schools for charging fees for classroom items and activities. schools are prohibited for requiring students to bring certain materials to class. schools and teachers are trying to raise money for field trips and school supplies. they say they're not sure exactly what the law allows. supporters of the law say it was necessary because charging fees was putting a financial burden on low income families. >>> the finishing touches are being made this evening at a project turning the bay bridge in to a 1.8-mile long massive light show. it could mean big business to the cities. >> reporter: in the daylight you may not notice the changes to the bay bridge. but look closer. those tiny dots on the cables are l.e.d. lights. on tuesday night, the lights go on for a two-year light show. ben davis conceived of the idea. now after two and a half years and $6 million in private funds raised, the artist has made it a reality. >> he's seen something he likes. >> reporter: w
FOX
Mar 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
masters here that have an incredible amount of experience both in law enforcement and with firearms have never seen one of these. >> reporter: leaders from the south bay say they hope to hold another gun buy back today. >>> hawaii's senators pushed for a rule. the rule would make illegal for people to take photographs of people on land they own or lease. >>> the oakland a's and the city of mesa arizona have finalized a 20 year deal. that deal will shift the team's spring training facility from phoenix to mesa in 2015. currently the ballpark that the a's will be using is home to the chicago cubs. but after the cubs move out next year, that stadium will undergo $20 million in renovations before the a's move in. the a's were the original tenants at hohokum stadium and trained there from 1969 to 1978. >>> new at 6:00 a warehouse sorts much needed supplies for students in the east bay. and what left these organizations just stunned. >>> and this santa clara county supervisor left his office in disgrace. the million dollars price tag the county is willing to pay to replace him.
CBS
Mar 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
"news" and then look for coverage of this story. >>> while most area law enforcement was in san jose, others put their grief aside to protect a community in mourning. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez on the ones who stayed behind and the mood in santa cruz right now. len. >> reporter: liz, ever since this double tragedy happened last week, there's been a tremendous outpouring of support from the law enforcement community and the community as a whole here in santa cruz. but today, while the officers were away mourning their fallen comrades, the criminal element apparently took advantage. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the best bank in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe someone was taking advantage of today. >> reporter: witnesses told police the robbers pointed handguns and escaped with an unnamed amount of cash. the timing was no coincidence. >> people know that a lot of the officers are going to
CBS
Mar 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
help arrived it was too late. they say it is not illegal. while there are laws that require staff to follow do not resuscitate orders >> there is nothing in the law that says if i don't have one of those you have to resuscitate. >> the elderly woman in this case did not have a dnr. >> we reached out to others and while most assured us they do resuscitate under similar circumstances, at least five say cpr is when directed by a 911, they probably would. >> i probably would have saved her. i was a girl scout leader. i had to take cpr. >> in the senior community seems you would have some kind of obligation to help somebody lying on the dying floor. >> i don't understand why you can't help this patient. is there anybody there willing to help this lady? >> not at this time. >> while some nurses take an oath, it is not legally binding. the retirement home is not required to have medically trained staff. their practice is to call 911 and wait for assistance >> they are not required to resuscitate. >> thank you. >>> the budget show down is in full effect. lawmakers return to work monday wi
CBS
Mar 1, 2013 5:00pm PST
so bad in florida state law requires home insurers to require coverage against that specific danger. >>> the st. mary's basketball team slammed with some sanctions for recruiting violations. kpix 5 reporter da lin shows us what this means for the future of the program and the school. >> reporter: the ncaa sanctions rang loudly this morning shocking the entire st. mary's campus. disappointed students worry the sanctions will hurt this catholic college of about 4,000. >> a lot of athletes are at the school because of the basketball team. >> reporter: ncaa officials say a former st. mary's assistant coach acted unethically in the recruitment of international athletes. >> arranging for housing and providing smaller benefits such as shoes and workout gear. >> reporter: st. mary's has risen as a major basketball power thanks in part to a pipeline of talented foreign students. the primary violations were over the recruitment of three french prospects. >> they never came to st. mary's. they -- i don't think any of them ever did an official visit to st. mary's. >> reporter: basketball head c
CBS
Mar 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
sex offender but is not listed on the megan's law website. police say it's likely because his offenses were minor and about 25% of the state's sex offender don't meet those qualifications to be list the online. >>> a live look outside right now where in just a few hours you'll see a slightly different picture. chief meteorologist paul deanno is using our hi-def doppler to track the rain moving into the bay area. >> it is rainfall, elizabeth. we have some showers moving in and that rain is going to be sticking around for a prolonged period with a chance of rainfall. there's kpix 5 hi-def doppler in wide mode a little tighter you see we're still dry, san francisco south of san jose. but that rainfall is now encroaching on you in mendocino county, ukaih, cloverdale getting light rain in a few minutes, clearlake and healdsburg getting light rain as it works from north to south. first up is a front which will move through tonight giving all of us some much-needed rainfall about a quarter to half inch. but then after the front we're not done because upper level low pressure will bri
CBS
Mar 8, 2013 5:00pm PST
clinic at the university of san francisco law school where students help small investors fight back. >> it's a two-way street where they get free legal advice and we get to learn. a lot of our clients don't have anywhere else to go. >> reporter: because most practicing lawyers won't take cases where investors have lost less than $100,000. clinic founder robert talbot says brokers in california are required by law to act in their clients' best interests. >> broker's obligation is to only recommend suitable securities. >> reporter: but not all do. >> maybe because they are making a higher commission or they haven't paid attention. >> reporter: so far, the clinic's helped return more than a million dollars to small investors. and linda is one of the success stories. she got all her money back plus interest. money she now has in a safe investment. >> i was delighted. i didn't think i would ever see that money again. >> reporter: now, losing money in an investment doesn't necessarily mean the broker did something wrong. it must be an an unsuitable investment for the client. go to cbssf.c
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